multifunctional device, creaming, decrystallization, uncapping table

squickly, cheaply, and efficiently dries honey
portions from 30kg to 70kg per drying cycle
the drying cycle lasts from 8 to 12 hours
multifunctionality and simple operation
the devices are patent protected


WE OFFER AN UNCAPPING TABLE FOR HONEYCOMBS
WITH FUNCTIONS FOR DRYING HONEY, POLLEN, AND BEE BREAD, AS WELL AS CREAMING AND DECRYSTALLIZATION

  • the device is built on the basis of an uncapping table with dimensions of 100cm x 45cm x 90cm
  • the maximum tank capacity is about 70 kg
  • the minimum batch is about 30 kg
  • the device can be easily adapted to work as a:
       honey dryer (especially for goldenrod honey),
       pollen and bee bread dryer,
       honey creaming device (with the possibility of creaming honey with freeze-dried fruits),
       honey decrystallization device,
       uncapping table,
       honey settler
  • simple operation and user safety
  • closed air circulation for drying, which makes it difficult for contaminants from the outside to get in
  • components made of acid-resistant stainless steel, intended for contact with food
  • powered from a 230V grid
  • rated power 0.75kW
  • the drying cycle for 70kg of honey lasts 8-10 hours (depending on the initial moisture content of the honey)
  • energy consumption per drying cycle for 70kg: 6-7.5kWh

CURRENT PRICE

14 500 zł 12 999 zł (inc. VAT)

Contact us for a quote and you will receive a price guarantee until the end of summer 2024!

Shipping by courier available for: 500 PLN (inc. VAT, cost of pallet, packaging, insurance). We encourage personal pickup.

We offer attractive discounts on the purchase of our device on various events. However, these cannot be combined.

Return on investment calculator

Consider the purchase of the multifunctional device as an investment that will pay off quickly. Use our calculator to figure out how much the purchase of the device will pay off for you. See how the number of hives in your apiary, the amount of grant awarded, or the quantity of late honey harvested affects the final cost of the device. Click here to see how much you can gain.

WHAT DO YOU GAIN?

  • no loss of honey due to excessive water content
  • fermenting 50kg of honey with too much water content can result in a loss of up to 2000 PLN
  • no problem with excess of runny honey such as rapeseed, goldenrod, heather, etc.
  • you can prepare honey that meets commercial requirements without risking fermentation at the customer’s side and losing reputation
  • low cost of honey drying
  • the cheapest device of its type on the market
  • our dryer is small and compact – it will fit in any, even the smallest, beekeeping workshop
  • the machine is multifunctional, simple to operate and clean
  • one multifunctional device instead of many dedicated ones – saves space in the apiary
  • the device can be transported in a station wagon or hatchback car
  • by acquiring and drying about 80kg of honey with excessive water content, our device pays for itself in the second year after purchase

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ELECTRONIC REFRACTOMETERS
ALSO AVAILABLE IN OUR OFFER

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  • professional refractometer from the Japanese company ATAGO
  • type PAL-22S
  • easy operation and accurate honey moisture measurement
  • necessary for every apiary
  • measurement accuracy +/- 0.2% water content in honey
  • temperature calibration
  • zeroing with clean water
  • powered by two AAA batteries
  • waterproof housing IP 67 (can be washed with water)
  • dimensions and weight: 55 x 31 x 109mm / 100 g
When purchasing our multifunctional device, the ATAGO PAL-22S refractometer is offered at a price of 1,550 PLN gross. The offer is also directed to individuals who have previously purchased a multifunctional device from us.

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ABOUT US

AquaBeeTech is a SpinOut from the Cracow University of Technology, founded by two employees of this university and long-time friends:
Dr. Eng. Marcin Malec and Dr. Eng. Marcin Morawski.
The company was established in 2020 primarily to commercialize honey drying technology but also to introduce innovative solutions to beekeeping farms.
dr eng. Marcin Malec In 2009, he graduated in Automation and Robotics from the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering at the Cracow University of Technology. There, in 2019, he defended his doctoral thesis with distinction in the scientific discipline of “Mechanical Engineering” titled “The influence of design parameters on the trajectory of an underwater mobile robot with wave propulsion”. Author or co-author of thirty-one scientific publications. Co-author of five patents and seven further patent applications. A specialist in the field of Computer-Aided Design (CAD) and automated systems. Co-creator of the first Polish underwater robot with wave propulsion named CyberFish. Privately, an active beekeeper with an apiary of 60 bee families. Besides bees and mechanical engineering, an enthusiast of vintage American cars.
dr eng. Marcin Morawski A 2009 graduate in Automation and Robotics from the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering at the Cracow University of Technology. At this university, in 2018, he defended his doctoral thesis with distinction in the scientific discipline of “Construction and Operation of Machines” titled “Control of a robot with wave propulsion for a given movement trajectory”. Author or co-author of thirty-one scientific publications. Co-author of five patents and seven further patent applications to the Polish Patent Office. Co-creator of the first Polish underwater robot with wave propulsion named CyberFish. He deals with issues related to machine control, programming of controllers, and industrial applications. An amateur aquarist and an enthusiast of good books interested in science and technology in general.
Marcin Malec and Marcin Morawski are scholarship holders of the DOCTUS program, who also participated in the implementation of two large developmental projects concerning underwater vehicles with fishlike undulating propulsion (Little Herring, Sabuvis), which were carried out at the Cracow University of Technology in 2013-2017 in cooperation with the Polish Naval Academy in Gdynia, the Industrial Institute of Automation and Measurements in Warsaw, the research and production company Forkos from Gdynia, and partners from Germany and Portugal. Currently, they are also collaborating on the international development project SABUVIS 2, which aims to build a school of cooperating underwater vehicles.